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  1. #1
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    * zend optimizer.....HELP...

    Hey guys,

    I just bought Mondernbill V4 but i cannot run it because i cannot install zend optimizer on my server.

    Take note that i'am not a pro with SSH.

    Can someone can explain me in detail(with ssh command) how to install zend in a linux server via ssh?

    Thanks you,

    Pascal Nadon
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  2. #2
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    Have you tried to search for the instruction yourself? I don't know the specifcs, but from the little research I have done, it doesn't look very difficult.

    The main factor seems to be the way you installed apache (rpm or source). If you are using rpm, you may be able to simply install a rpm (I am guessing at this point).

    In general, instead of waiting for someone to write you a detailed guide, you should probably go ahead and try it yourself. Once (and if) you fail, you can come back and ask for help. It would be much easier for others to help you at that point, since the problem is more specific (as opposed to a generic guide).

    Peter

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    Hello peter,

    I spent All the day of yesterday stuck on my computer to make the installation of zend optimizer but i failed.

    The stage where I cannot continue, it is when I must entered "/install.sh" , There is nothing which start!

    I have try /root/zend/install.sh , I receve this error!
    root@server01 [~]# /root/zend/install.sh
    bash: /root/zend/install.sh: /bin/sh: bad interpreter: Permission denied
    root@server01 [~]#

    when i try /home/mywebsite/zend/install.sh, i receve this other error:
    root@server01 [~]# /home/imperial/zend/install.sh
    : bad interpreter: No such file or directoryh

    I'am tired now

    I send 4 emails to modernbill, but i receve any reply....
    I hate zend optimizer, why they don't use https://www.ioncube.com/ ?

    Pascal
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    Last edited by IrdHost; 10-19-2002 at 08:36 PM.

  4. #4
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    Type ./install.sh
    If that doesnt work type chmod 755 install.sh then type that again

    Also ioncube's guy is very rude and its only an encoder service, they can only encode online for 50c per file, not with a program and its only been up for like 2 months
    This forum officially ****ing sucks

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    Thanks Roly

    But when i type ./install.sh, i receve this error:
    root@server01 [~]# ./install.sh
    bash: ./install.sh: No such file or directory

    My path to install.sh is: /root/zend/install.sh

    Do you think that there a another way to make start the installation?

    Emeric

  6. #6
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    cd to /root/zend then run that command
    This forum officially ****ing sucks

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    Thanks roly,

    I will try it. I will give you update.

    Pascal

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    Ok, i'am move the zend directory to my web site directory,
    [/home/imperial/zend]

    I chmod 755 install.sh

    I type cd command:
    root@server01 [~]# cd /home/imperial/zend

    After the ./install.sh command:
    root@server01 [/home/imperial/zend]# ./install.sh

    But i receve a permission denied error:

    root@server01 [/home/imperial/zend]# ./install.sh
    ./install.sh: ./php: Permission denied

    Pascal

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    ok i find the problem Roly,

    I chmod 755 all others files and now it,s work!!!



    Pascal
    Last edited by IrdHost; 10-20-2002 at 12:38 AM.
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  10. #10
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    I am having the same problem, anyone know what's the command to chmod the entire directory and files to 755?

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    chmod -R 755 'directoryname' or 'filename*'

    chmod -R 755 /usr/sbin/

    Do it carefully...As many SUID files may get its permission changed ...

    Maddy

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    thanks!

    Finally installed zend hehe.

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